Weekday Escape N°124
It might be a little hypocritical of me to tell you to "rise and shine" today, since I'm writing this while half awake and it took me six tries to spell "hypocritical", but, well, do as I say and not as I do. RISE AND SHINE! You're alive, and it's another beautiful day on this spinning rock, alive with the potential... to play escape games! This week! Esklavos might be able to pull a bunny out of a hat, but a magician probably can't cure the common cold. And a double dose of Vitamin Hana sends you both to the world's smallest butterfly garden, and then to a tiny deserted island for complaining about it.
Butterfly Garden - The name of this game from Vitamin Hana might be a tad misleading, since it conjures up images of a tranquil, sunlit area surrounded by a delicate wrought-iron fence and filled with a heady assortment of flowers bowing beneath the weight of butterflies... and instead you get four towering concrete walls, some sickly looking bushes, and some very lazy butterflies hanging out, y'know, on the ground. But, well, butterfly beggars can't be butterfly choosers, I suppose, and besides... who doesn't like a little bit of puzzles peppered in their nature?
Rabbits and Magic - Colds are terrible, but maybe the next time you get one, you should use it as an excuse to stay in bed all day and watch cartoons instead of going to a magician to spell the sickness away. Too bad this kid didn't listen, and instead of curing him, the magician's made him vanish, so you'll have to get him back yourself. You'll need to fill out a map to travel to different locations, naturally, and sharpen your eyes, because there there be pixel hunting!
Escape the Island 2 - A double dose of Vitamin Hana? Don't mind if I do! This place may look all innocent and tropical, but if there's anything I've learned from Bear Grylls, it's that everything is hunky dory until BAM! You're squeezing a centipede into your mouth and covered in cow dung. So to avoid that, let's try to find a way off of this tiny island... fortunately, if you're like me and can't manage to be outdoors without hurting yourself within two minutes, much less find a shelter and start a fire, you'll just need to solve some puzzles to escape!
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